Calling all Young Entrepreneurs: CBC's Startup Incubation Program is Back
You have fresh ideas? Looking for funding? How about TV and media exposure? Hona Al Shabab has got your back!
Broadcasting from Cairo to the world, CBC has been at the forefront of Egyptian satellite TV programming for the past 8 years. The amount of diverse shows they purvey has been able to help an uncountable number of people to reach their target audience and Hona Al Shabab is no different.
For its second season, with CBC's front woman Lamis El Hadidi at the helm, the show aims to provide a platform for young and aspiring entrepreneurs, helping them reach investors, develop their ideas – and most importantly, gain wide spread exposure.
With a prime-time slot, the program is watched by millions across the Arab region, and this year they will be offering sizable cash prizes on a weekly basis.
Eligibility depends on a number of points; your startup must be less than three years old and at least one of the founders must younger than 35 years. No matter what your business field is, if you have an established startup with a prototype, then this live on-stage battle is a one in a million opportunity for your little baby to grow and flourish.
Stay tuned for more surprises and important partnerships to be announced, just make sure you don’t miss the deadline; January 13th.